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Deva Rangarajan

Prof Deva Rangarajan
Professor of Marketing & Sales at Vlerick Business School

Deva Rangarajan focuses primarily on the areas of service management, customer experience management, B2B marketing, sales force management, and business model innovation.
Mathieu Luypaert

Prof Mathieu Luypaert 
Professor of Corporate Finance at Vlerick Business School

Mathieu Luypaert is specialising in value creation through mergers and acquisitions. He studies how the stock price of merging companies reacts upon the announcement of such a deal, and how potential synergies are realised. He teaches courses on corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions.

 

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Customer Value Proposition

Prof Deva Rangarajan, Programme Director of "Key Account Management" explains what a customer value proposition is and what the different building blocks of a succesful VP are.

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